SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH - BLOO (BL-SPHB-IUBLA) Job Summary
A Technology Support Specialist in the School of Public Health-Bloomington IT Services (SPHBITS) has five major responsibilities: diagnose, troubleshoot, and take corrective measures on software, hardware, and network service requests; coordinate all equipment deliveries and confirm systems are current on updates, patches, and service packs, as well as address any compatibility issues; assist in overseeing the reception station that is responsible for answering phones and addressing walk in traffic; diagnose, troubleshoot, and take corrective measures as it relates to classroom technology emergencies; and collaborate with all other SPHBITS team members and act as a liaison between customers and UITS Tier-2 IT support. Required Qualifications Associate degree in Computer Science, Computer Systems Technology, or a closely related field and one year of computing or technical support experience in a customer service environment. Directly related work experience may be substituted at a ratio of two years of progressively more responsible experience for each year of education.
Experience using and/or supporting audio and visual equipment. Strong problem solving and analytical skills. Ability to support a team orientation, and ability to work in a dynamic and diverse work environment. Ability to prioritize tasks and work independently. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information using a variety of mediums with a wide diversity of people, including ability to clearly communicate current work with other team members and clientele. Interpersonal skills. Strong customer orientation and ability to work under stressful conditions while maintaining a positive attitude and professional demeanor. Preferred Qualifications
Two years of computing or technical support experience in a customer service environment. Job Classification
Salary Plan: SS
Salary Grade: 0H
Job Function: Information Technology Posting Disclaimer
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